ENGR-BRAE 213.Thurs_1

ENGR-BRAE 213.Thurs_1 - 10 Mar 10 Bioengineering and...

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ENGR/BRAE 213 – BIOENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS Winter Quarter 2010 4:10-6:00pm Wed., 6-124 Lanny Griffin Biomedical and General Engineering Office: 13-260 Phone: (805) 756-6400 lgriffin@calpoly.edu Text: None. Reading assignments will be available on-line. Campus Office Hours: Monday and Thursday: 2:10 – 3:00 pm Week Date Topic 1 Jan 6 Introduction, History of Medicine, Importance of BME 2 Jan 13 The Cell as a System 3 Jan 20 Biological Molecules, Informatics, Genetic Manipulation 4 Jan 27 Biomaterials and Biocompatibility 5 Feb 3 Biomaterials and Biocompatibility 6 Feb 10 Tissue Engineering 7 Feb 17 Biomechanics–The Musculoskeletal System 8 Feb 24 Biomechanics–The Cardiovascular System 9 Mar 3 Product Development, Design, and Implementation
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Unformatted text preview: 10 Mar 10 Bioengineering and SocietyEthics, Regulation, and Risk Final: Both ENGR/BRAE 213 and BIO 213 finals will be Wednesday, Mar 17, 2010, from 4:10-7:00pm. Grading: Participation and In-Class Assignments 20% Blackboard 70% Final 10% Course Description Treatment of the engineering applications of biology. Genetic engineering and the industrial application of microbiology. Systems physiology with engineering applications. Structure and function relationships in biological systems. The impact of life on its environment. 2 lectures. Prerequisites: MATH 142, CHEM 124. Co-requisite: BIO 213....
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